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Internal graphics work but adding an external graphics card fails....tried several.

Added several graphics cards boots with color bars displayed and then loses signal once the graphics drivers install. Tried ati and Nvidia cards, pci 2.0 cards.

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You may have to disable the on board in BIOS.

Posted on Dec 05, 2012

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SOURCE: compaq 510s sff. Graphics Card

Hi Mikey You need to go to your bios setting and change your graphic adaptor from PCI/.. to AGP 1- turn your computer off (Shut Down) 2- keep press and release "delete" key on your keyboard while turning your computer on untill you go to bios (normally blue screen) 3-find your desplay/graphic or anything that is related to graphic. 4- Change it to AGP Now it should work but if it didn't work: 1- Faulty Display (Monitor) 2- Not compatible graphic card(rearly) 3- loose or damaged cables 4- Damaged Motherboard please let me know of your progress Kind Regards

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Try replacing your video card. That video card may not work with your motherboard.

Posted on Dec 05, 2007

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SOURCE: Won't pass startup bios / screen

tap the f8 key as you boot up... it should give you a few choices... boot to safe mode or remove the video card and boot up.... if it boots with no problem it is a compatability issue with the card

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Go to the Compaq website and download the video driver specifically for your PC.

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SOURCE: my compaq evo d150 pc doesnt have a sound...

Sound on Compaq evo d150. The next site says:
http://www.orixrentec.com.my/hp_4.htm
Audio: "Integrated Intel Audio with Premium Internal Speaker".
So there should be a:
* speaker inside
* working on an Intel driver.

The chipset of the motherboard is Intel 845G.
The AC 97 audio driver can be installed by online detection of
your hardware using the Intel driver update utility:
http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/detect.htm

When using a PCI-slot for extra sound, the matching driver of the
PCI-audio-card should be installed. Of course external powered and wired speakers will be required as well.

Posted on Aug 19, 2009

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